5 edition of The gallows land found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3566.R67 G3 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||232 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
|ISBN 10||0786246146, 0754088677, 0754088685|
|LC Control Number||2002028410|
Here is a tip for the squeamish when reading a Ben Myers novel. Imagine the worst thing that could happen to the characters, and then drop the book, because whatever Myers has imagined will definitely be worse than your version. The Gallows Pole is Myers’s sixth novel, and its territory is recognisably his own. A northern, rural setting: here, the Yorkshire moors. An inspired-by-true-events. Title: The Gallows Land Author(s): Bill Pronzini ISBN: / (UK edition) Publisher: BBC Audiobooks Ltd Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CA.
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[Bill Pronzini] -- Following the death of his young wife, Roy Boone wanders aimlessly into the parched and barren desert of the Arizona Territory, desperate for water.
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With no real destination, he wanders aimlessly, desiring only solitude and contemplation. Four months after the death of his young wife, Roy Boone drifts west, alone, into the parched and barren desert of the Arizona Territory.
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Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. To the city of Last Word, one of the last freeholds in a land rent asunder by magic, Sal the Cacophony comes with gun, a blade, and a burning need for revenge. But when the gallows threatens to/5. The Gallows Land By Bill Pronzini.
Gunsmoke, Original published Roy Boone wanders aimlessly in the arid Southwest, a life with no meaning since the death of his wife. He is desperate for water, and stops at a ranch where Jennifer Todd gives him food and drink.
The book is written in the first person so further developments are. The Gallows Gem of Prallyn takes place in a vividly rendered milieu that is believable and compelling because of the space given to each character to grow within it. Charano, Siko Bikoyo, Dolan and the Red Fox act on unique beliefs, backgrounds and interests, each contributing to the larger narrative without ever being a slave to it/5.
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The description of the book was intriguing so I gave it a listen. (Available thru my local library at ) Originally released in this novel is timeless. As a heartbroken Roy Boone leaves behind the life he had with his now deceased wife, he hits the trail through the "Gallows Land /5.
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Get our Newsletter. Sign Up. Sign Up. Find out more. by Title by Author by Narrator. Reviews. New Reviews Check out our recent audiobook. THE GALLOWS POLE by Benjamin Myers won the world's leading literary prize for historical fiction THE WALTER SCOTT PRIZE BEASTINGS won The Portico literature Prize in and PIG IRON won The Gordon Burn Prize in Myers' is the recipient of the Society of Authors Roger Deakin Prize for The Gallows Pole/5().
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